Spencer Park Dark won their first Lower Great Southern Hockey Association women’s B-grade premiership since 2013 after a thrilling golden goal extra-time triumph on Saturday. In a battle of the two Spencer Park sides, it was Spencer Park Dark that prevailed 3-2 over Spencer Park Light. Claire Hard was the grand final hero in the victory, scoring twice, including the winning goal. Jess Ross put Spencer Park Light ahead in the first term after a converting penalty stroke, but Spencer Park Dark levelled the scores in the third through Larissa Ruvidini. North Albany claim third LGSHA women’s A-grade premierships in five seasons after final-quarter flurry Ross gave Spencer Park Light the lead in the final term before Hard netted her second to level the scores. Scores were level at 2-all at the end of regular time, forcing the match into golden goal extra time. Two minutes into the first period, Hard found the back of the net to hand her side the title. Spencer Park Dark youngster Laura Nelson won the best on ground medal. Great Southern Grammar capped a perfect season in the Year 10, 11, 12 boys competition with an epic grand final victory over Bethel on Friday night. Penalty flicks were needed to decide the premiership when scores were locked at 2-2 after normal time and neither could find a winner in extra time. Both teams scored their first three attempts and both keepers saved the fourth shots. Grammar were successful in their fifth attempt but Bethel couldn’t match that as goalkeeper Daniel Fisher produced a wonderful save to seal Grammar’s win. Jack Carlson was named best on ground. Great Southern Grammar Blue secured their third straight Year 10, 11, 12 girls grand final, defeating rivals Great Southern Grammar White 2-1 on Friday night. Louise Quartermaine gave White the early lead before Rhiannon Williams-Jolley equalised. Manypeaks secure first LGSHA men’s A-grade premiership since 2016 after polished grand final performance Amy Sandilands scored the decisive goal for Blue, while Javana Hounsfield was named best on ground in a losing affair. Mt Barker Red took out the men’s B-grade premiership after defeating North Albany 1-0 in their grand final on Saturday night, with Oliver Ritchie receiving best on ground honours.